Fear of a Black Republican
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Fear of a Black Republican
Today, less than 10% of African Americans consider themselves to be Republican and many of them keep their political views "in the closet." What does this mean for the future of America's Two-Party Political System and Urban America? Using his hometown of Trenton, NJ as his start, filmmaker Kevin Williams journeys over four years, two Presidential Elections and eleven states to find out if the Two-Party Political system in Urban America is failing his city and the country. In taking a self-critical look at his own Republican Party and speaking with BOTH Democrats and Republicans,… More

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Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Have you ever noticed how few African-American Republicans there are? That fundamental question rests at the heart of this eye-opening expose' offering a variety of intriguing answers."
‑ Kam Williams, NewsBlaze
"Have you ever noticed how few African-American Republicans there are? That fundamental question rests at the heart of this eye-opening expose' offering a variety of intriguing answers."
‑ Kam Williams, BlackNews.com
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